Apple style span is gone
This week, I committed WebKit changes r92823 and r93001.
Ten New Things in WebKit 3
Lately we’ve been talking about a lot of great new features in the latest development trunk of WebKit – features like web fonts, client-side database storage, CSS transforms and CSS animation.
WebKit in the News
Google’s Android announcement (see post below) has led to a new round of stories about WebKit in the blogosphere.
WebKit Detect script updated for iPhone and iPod touch
We don’t usually recommend checking for specific user agents; it’s usually better to test for capabilities directly.
Back to Basics
I’ve noticed that there’s been a little bit of confusion out there about WebKit.
WebKit Shutting Down
WebKit has always focused on performance, web standards compliance, security, and relatively understandable code.
The Obligatory iPhone Post
Yesterday, Steve Jobs announced the iPhone, a new combination phone, iPod and internet communications device.
Optimizing Page Load Time (and a little about the Debug menu)
We don’t usually just repost content from other blogs here.
Digging up a very old blog entry from http://www.456bereastreet.com/archive/200408/sizing_monospaced_fonts/, the question is asked, “What’s up with the different font sizes when the monospace font family is used?” The answer, as usual with Web browsers, is pretty interesting (which is browser developer-speak for “insanely confusing”).
Recent WebKit Features
There have been a lot of exciting new engine-level features that have been added to WebKit over the last few months, and not all of them have received their own blog entries.